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It Stinks In NY: Andrew Cuomo “says” he works for us … for my business and for my family. Really?

May 23, 2010

Cuomo announces for Governor with video saying, “Andrew Cuomo works for us … for my business and for my family;”  “I’m Andrew Cuomo, and I work for you;” and “Together, we can make New York great again. Let’s get to work.”  And on his campaign website, which includes titles like “New York doesn’t work,” Cuomo calls for “honest, effective government.”
       If Cuomo wanted honest and effective government why did and does he defend crooked NY Lawyers, Judges and crooked State employees in the following actions and not criminally prosecute them?
1. (07cv09599) Anderson v The State of New York, et al 2. (07cv11196) Bernstein, et al v Appellate Division First Department Disciplinary Committee, et al 3. (07cv11612) Esposito v The State of New York, et al 

5. (08cv02391) McKeown v The State of New York, et al

        When Cuomo says he works for you and your family and business, what family/business is he referring to?  The Colombian Lawyers Association, or the lawyers with actions against NY State who contributed to his campaign treasury, or Wall Street’s Goldman, who he hasn’t criminally prosecuted?  After blowing away $1.2 trillion dollars, is Cuomo now going to tell us he learned something about government finances?
Is Cuomo telling us, he’ll carry on his father’s legacy, by not prosecuting Chief Judge Lippman and his Appellate buddy Judge Ramos for stealing $40 million dollars

Andrew Cuomo is the male image on the NY babushka (matryoshkas) doll.  Whereas in Russia, many began with  Mikhail Gorbachev, then Leonid Brezhnev, then Nikita Khrushchev, Josef Stalin and finally the smallest, Vladimir Lenin, the NY doll begins with Andrew Cuomo’s smiling face announcing for Governor and descends through Andrew’s various incarnations to an ultimate depravity.  Stay tuned here, as we look within the NY Cuomo Matryoshkas Doll.
(sneak preview,  A young Andrew nursing on the milk of corruption in the arms of the Eliot Spitzer doll)

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